Transparency in the admission process
1. Publishes the Annual Prospectus
The College publishes Annual Prospectus during April/May each year which are distributed among the students who seek admission in the College. The Prospectus contains the information on the courses offered, fee particulars, scholarship details, semester system of instruction and evaluation and other details of supporting activities.
2. Has active Website
The College has a dynamic website www.govtcitycollege.ac.in bearing the updated information.
3. Advertises in regional / national dailies
The admission details are published in local dailies. Scrolling of the information on local channels is provided using the electronic media.
The students are selected for admission to various courses taking into their qualifying mark into consideration. As per the norms laid down by the Government, selection is also done following reservation system in vogue. The selection is also done through counseling method.
Strategies adopted to create equity
1. Disadvantaged-community (SC/ST/OBC)
On the normal lines, admission of students takes place following the reservation system. The cut-off marks and other related parameters are considered as per the guidelines given by the Government.
The strategy adopted to create equity and access to various courses for Women; the guidelines set by the Government are scrupulously followed by reserving 33 1/3% of the sanctioned seats.
As per the guidelines of the Government, 3% of seats are allotted for the differently-abled aspirants. However, in the event of even performance in the qualifying examination, the percentage of disability is considered.
4. Economically-weaker sections of the Society
As per the norms laid down by the Government, students from economically-weaker sections of the society are allotted 25% of the sanctioned seats in each course.
5. Athletes and sports persons
5% of the seats are reserved for students who have distinguished themselves in sports, athletes and extra curricular activities, NCC and NSS.
The children of the Ex-servicemen and armed forces are allotted 1% of the sanctioned seats in each programme.